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Monique Argouarch
Kerael Lanveoc


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price from €300






Description for B&B:

A bedroom equipped with a comfortable 140-sized bed and the option of an additional bed. Additionally, there is a cozy reading corner or space for a crib. Alternatively, a child's room is available with three bunk beds sized 90, and an extra bed or baby cot can be provided. In the living room, there is a sofa bed which can be used as an extra sleeping arrangement if needed.


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We are located approximately 45 minutes away from both Brest and Quimper. If you plan to arrive by plane, you can fly to Brest airport and then take a bus or rent a car to reach the Crozon peninsula. If you choose to take the bus, we can arrange to pick you up upon your arrival at the Tal Ar GROAZ bus stop. Our location is along the Tal ar Groaz-Lanvéoc road, and you will find signposts directing you towards the "white house" area.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 1 300 750


Animals Allowed


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